Helen and teacher: the story of Helen Keller and Anne Sullivan Macy

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Delta/Seymour Lawrence, 1981 - Biography & Autobiography - 861 pages
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At the heart of this wonderful biography is the brilliantly portrayed relationship between two great American women whose lives were bound together for all time. "Something fascinating on every page . . . a deeply absorbing portrait of two intertwined lives".--"The New York Times Book Review". Photos.

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Lash takes a different route in this dual biography by addressing such subjects as Sullivan's incredible possessiveness toward Keller and whether Sullivan's famous association with her student came at ... Read full review

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J The Making of Annie Sullivan
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Boston Perkins and Samuel Gridley Howe
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The Taming of Miss Spitfire
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